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SQL 2008 - SSIS - Difference between signed and Unsigned Integer


SQL 2008 - SSIS - Difference between signed and Unsigned Integer

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balasach82
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In SSIS 2008, what is the difference between signed and unsigned integer. In table, the datatype is Integer, if thats the case, then what is the ideal datatype in ssis?
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Hi Balasach82,

An unsigned integer does not hold negative values. The value range is from 0 to the maximum of the datatype.

http://bi-architects.blogspot.fr/2011/12/ssis-datatypes-vs-sql-server-datatypes.html

Hope it helps.

Jonathan Bernardez Bernardez
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Yeah, i knew signed/unsigned integer differences. What i wanted was the exact datatype match between ssis and sql table, which i got from the link you have given. Thanks.
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